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authors have been hand-picked to write "bond" novels. latest is by jeffrey deaver, called "carte blanche: a reimagining of bond as a young veteran of the war in afghanistan." "the washington post" calls it gory, manic and impeccably removed. jeffrey deaver joins me this morning, the author of an astounding 28 novels, best known for lincoln rime in "the bone collector." thank you for being with me. >> good to be here. >> this must be a tremendous honor, even for a guy who had written 27 previous books, a little bit of pressure. >> i can't tell you, first of all, how excited i was. i began reading the bond books when i was about 8 years old. yes, a little young, you may think. but remember, back in the 1950s, even thrillers of the sort that ian fleming wrote were, you know, they were kind of euphemistically written. most of the romance occurred off camera, the violence was rather subdued, and an 8-year-old boy could just enjoy the adventure story of the knight errant going after the dragon, whether he was blofeld or goldfinger or dr. no. so, bond was always a part of my life growing up, an
as bond, himself, to keep this story alive. the latest military installment "carte blanche" is a bestseller. it features an updated bond who's seen action in afghanistan, chasing criminal masterminds from dubai to capetown in a frantic five-day race to, you guessed it, save off disaster. i read the book on vacation last week. i'm here to tell bond fans it's a great beach read and worthy new edition to the genre. joining me, the latest keeper of the bond legacy. the author of "carte blanche" jeffrey deaver. >> how are you doing today? >> great. i have to start with one of the things bond lovers love, bond always has drinks and cars and various things. you created a new drink i want to hold up for your james bond. i have to tell you, at the hotel i'm staying at last night, i actually took the book on kindle, brought it to the bartender and had them make this. we have the recipe, i think, we can put up also. it's crown royal. a double, double -- two shots. >> it's james bond. it has to be a double, of course. >> has to be a double. over ice with a half measure of triple sec fo
. david keating. then, former democratic senator blanche lincoln. cornelia orr will have the nation's report card on u.s. history. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2011] host: the senate has decided to cancel its for the july recess. they will stay around next week in hopes of getting progress on the stalled budget negotiations. a new deadline has been set for the first week of july. we are going to be talking about all this later on with david keating and blanche lincoln, the former arkansas senator. in our final segment this morning, we will learn more about how u.s. students are doing on american history studies. as we began this morning, we are going to look at a provocative ad we saw in usa today. they ask the question "is the american dream dead? kep good friday morning to you. you can also send us a twitter message this morning if you would like to talk about our question this morning -- is the american dream dad? twitter.com/cspanwj. this is a ful
rub off on. sister blanche, i've golittle birthy remembrance for you. oh. have you, stanley? i wasn't expecting any. i hope you like it. [groans] you're hating this, aren't you? no. that's not it at all. it's just that i don't believe for a second that you really want me to leave. you got to feel it, lyle. you got to get involved. what do you people say? "let's take it from the top." sister blanche, i've got a little birthday remembrance for you. again. with some force. from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show with jon stewart." captioning sponsored by comedy central [theme song playing] [applause] >> jon: hey, everybody. welcome to "the daily show." my name is jon stewart. we have a very special show, very special guest tonight. medal of honor recipient sergeant first class leroy petry will be joining us on the program tonight. we're honored. we begin tonight, of course, with the looming crisis. as you know, on august 2nd, if america fails to raise the debt ceiling, we default on our debt. people lose the capacity to love. [laughter] and an
, cooked in so many different ways and you can blanch it a little bit and saute in garlic and a little bit of tomatoes and what else can we put in there? a variation with grilled chicken. let me tell you something. you will love this. swiss chard. summer time. so many different recipes, you just can't beat. it i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. an one more thing. loaded with nutritional value. a super food. and always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. look how beautiful this is. >>> we have an update on the story, police are trying to figure out how a 14-year-old girl died. she and three of her friends became violently sick at a slumber party in santa rosa. the press democrat reports that the girls drank some unknown substance that was mixed with soda on saturday night. the 14-year-old was found dead in the shower early this morning. toxicology reports will determine what those girls drank. >>> coming up tonight at 5:00, landlord on the lamb. the search for a woman charged with scamming would-be renters out of thousands of dollars. >>> plus, how far one apartment complex is going
" continues. host: our next guest on this friday morning, july 1, is blanche lincoln who served in the senate from 1999 until 2011 and is now in washington and a d.c. -- in washington, d.c. guesfirst we used to this advertisement. it is the american dream dead? how would you answer that question? guest: absolutely not. i have seen the good and the bad. you know, i remember, as i do almost every day, but certainly right now as we celebrate the fourth of july, for whatever faults is that people may find with our country, it is still the greatest place and the greatest country that we could be blessed with to live in. it is our responsibility. host: what makes it the greatest place? guest: of the fact that we can come together and talk about what the best ways to make our nation great. we got ourselves tied in knots right now but if we continue to remind ourselves how blessed we are to be here, hopefully, we begin to come together and realize that members of the senate or the house did not come here or should not have come here with the idea that they are going to create a work of art or solve t
far they have got any way pretty much with everything cart blanche, gotten what they wanted and paid no penalties for it. this is the first time they are threatened with paying a consequence. >> the company said in a written statement that it is in full compliance with the law. it did not say whether it could meet that august 18 deadline and it may request an extension. >>> 13 bay area post offices all on the chopping block this morning. they include five here in san francisco two in oakland, one each in san jose, south san francisco and daly city, two others in san mateo county and one in yountville . the bay area post offices are among nearly 4,000 post offices nation wise that could all be shut down. last year the postal service lost $8 billion. the final decision on any site will not be made until december. >>> usps says most of the post offices on its hit list have very little foot traffic and average less than $50 a day in sales but as patrick sedillo reports, it's news nobody wants to hear. >> reporter: remember this? it could be how we do mail again. >> we really solicit abou
-span.org/history. and we have more now on differing views on the national debt and federal deficit. blanche listen -- blanche lincoln served as senator from arkansas from 1999 to 2011 and she joined us on today's "washington journal" for about 45 minutes. rnal" continues. host: our next guest on this friday morning, july 1, is blanche lincoln who served in the senate from 1999 until 2011 and is now in washington and a d.c. -- in washington, d.c. guesfirst we used to this advertisement. it is the american dream dead? how would you answer that question? guest: absolutely not. i have seen the good and the bad. you know, i remember, as i do almost every day, but certainly right now as we celebrate the fourth of july, for whatever faults is that people may find with our country, it is still the greatest place and the greatest country that we could be blessed with to live in. it is our responsibility. host: what makes it the greatest place? guest: of the fact that we can come together and talk about what the best ways to make our nation great. we got ourselves tied in knots right now but if we continue
for republican primary voters, the most pragmatic folks may blanch about this. they were not going to be for her any huas. if those folks would be concerned about these kind of reports, they are the kind of people that are going to be working to stop her anyways. as for other grassroots conservatives, it probably won't bother them. i think many the big picture this does capture why so many establishment republicans don't want her to get the nomination. there is this kind of fodder when you're talking about swing voters in a general election that very cliche but the suburban philadelphia swing voter they would probably have some concerns about these kind of reports. this is why you see the establishment wing of the party starting to get a little bit anxious about bachmann's rise. >> is iowa just a must-win for michele bachmann? if you look at a pl of just those in the race she's a clear front runner. if you expand the field and include folks that aren't running like rick perry who might, you see her support disappear and mitt romney taking the lead. >> there's a poll out from the iowa republican
. >> reporter: john blanch says tahoe rose more than 5 feet this year and that is unusual. >> we have 111 years of record. >> tahoe should begin a slow decline in the coming weeks that's hard for some to believe. >> reporter: the run off is still going. you can see the waterfall still coming down. at 6:00 we'll show you the latest numbers on the snow pack which are beyond unusual for july. we'll tell you why the higher lake levels are good news for years to come. ken pritchett, ktvu news. >>> boy it sure looks beautiful up there doesn't it. over now to our chief meteorologist bill martin. you said it was going to warm up this weekend but not quite that much. >> not as much as anticipated on wednesday and thursday. looks like temperatures are going to warm slightly today as we go into the weekend. but not as warm certainly as last week or last weekend. you see what the fog has done and how it is lingered. that's right now. that push of fog and here's an interesting, we always talk about the san bruno. look what the fog did, it just pushing right through and gets into the east bay and hayward. it
, or is there carte blanche do whatever you need to do considering what's at stake here? >> i was thinking about that. a very famous closing in the death penalty case went for, i think, days but that was to a judge. i think to a jury, you've got to keep it short, they've got all day right now slated for the closing. remember the state goes first, then the defense. but then the state, the prosecution, has rebuttal just like they had in the rebuttal case. but they've got to put this case together for the jury but it's been a long trial. it's going to be the fourth of july, presumably when they start deliberating and jurors want to get to this and get home, at least for a while, unless there's a penalty phase, of course, you know. >> what is the main points the prosecution will make because it's been said repeatedly you cannot have the prosecution specifically say how caylee anthony died and that's a problem. >> right. but you know what? there's going to be an instruction from the judge, and this is so important, circumstantial evidence is equal to direct evidence. it has the same weight. you hear peopl
, that does not give carte blanche to the media to trail a woman all the way it australia or wherever the heck they followed her? >> that's right. sports illustrated got the same tip. we didn't follow fol it because we don't believe in paying for news. or just paying sources. but the national enquirer paid a source to find out who tiger was seeing on the side, stepping outside of his marriage. they basically followed this one, rachel, from her apartment in lower manhattan to melbourne. that's where this whole thing unfolded. and my own personal view is, that's an outrage. yes, when you talk about the money. people say, oh, you took the hundred million from nike and all these other big contracts and starting holding himself under virtue that he had to be held to a higher standard. and my point is who are we to judge what stand ready -- >> understand. the tiger woods character in your book is nicknamed tree. he rehabilitates himself. do you believe that tiger woods is in the pros receives rehabilitating himself with the public? i'm rooting for the guy. but you're out there following him around h
. the truth be told, i don't want to see a default or complete cart blanche raise in the debt ceiling. we've done this 100 times before, let's do it again but make sure we extract appropriate reduction in spending that's reasoned, verifiable and common strabl to the credit markets, because they look and see, is this a real deal? i'm not certain we can get it done but we're close to that. >> as bill gross told me, it's more than what the credit rating agency said, they will look at it very closely and make their own decision. we'll continue this discussion. this is a special live edition of "your money" on cnn with mark skoda and jeanne sahadi, stay with us. on our car insurance. great! at progressive, you can compare rates side by side, so you get the same coverage, often for less. wow! that is huge! [ disco playing ] and this is to remind you that you could save hundreds! yeah, that'll certainly stick with me. we'll take it. go, big money! i mean, go. it's your break, honey. same coverage, more savings. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> back with a special live edition of
beans? >> put them right here. >> do you blanche those first? >> you blanche them. >> shock them in cold water. >> shock them in cold water. green color. kids are very visual. so when they see a fruit looks good, it's easier to let them try it. >> okay. so cucumbers. you've got beans and grapes there to add a little sweetness to it. >> a little sweetness. and then edamame is great for protein. >> tell me about the dressing. >> sure. orange herb vinaigrette. the easier part of this is it all gets mixed in the mason jar. a cup of orange juice, half a cup of -- >> if you don't use all this at once you can store it in the mason jar and store it in the fridge? >> yes. keep it there for two weeks. >> pepper in here pr, vinegar. herbs, of course, depends on what you want. thyme, parsley. basically you shake it in the jar. some of this right there. and it's very, very simple. >> that just goes over the salad. self-explanatory. >> let's move on. fascinatin fascinating. parents are going to love this one. pocket fruit pies. how do you pick them? >> simple. you get a piece of a whole grain white br
blanche $2.5 trillion increase in the debt i believe that could cause a financial panic. bill: that forces the markets to quiver. >> this is the ultimate point of leverage. that's why there has been a stalemate. republicans said if we cave on this we'll never get serious about spending. but right now it take the president to sign this bill. i don't think he will sign a bill with big spending cuts. bill: this is what causes people to wobble on this. they have been told in the past the sky is going to fall and the markets haven't budged despite what s & p and moody's did. >> that's because the biggest lie in this whole debate has been the united states is going default on its debt. i'll tell you this point blank with 100% certainty. there will not be a default on you have st. securities because the federal government has the money to pay the bondholders. we take in $200 billion in cash everybody month. the interest on the debt is $25 billion. the tomorrow way we would default on the debt is if tim geithner allowed that to happen. jamie: dramatic new developments in a mysterious disappearance
, salt it. i've got blanched green beans, anything will do, fresh peppers, tomato. going to have a little salt in this. >> makes it easy. you don't have to follow it by the letter. >> one thing i like to add is the gumbo and crab meat from the chesapeake bay. this makes it over our budget. so good and tasty this time of year. it's in season and one of the true joys of living on the chesapeake. >> being from baltimore, i expected you. >> can't do without the crab. >> got a bowl here. >> we combined the soup. i like a pinch of spicy hot peppers. it's not that hot. but it gives it a nice little kick. and if you have it in a nice pitcher here, you pour the soup around it. >> all right. take a sip of this. let's get to the next course. >> okay. >> we have apples with apple cider vinegar a tablespoon of mustard, a shot of shallots. fresh herbs, parsley, tarragon. >> very quickly. you're going to mix it up. >> this is a drizzle of oil. we're using a grape seed oil which is a neutral oil. >> sure thing. >> what we did with these is we seasoned them with salt and rather heavily called a dry brine.
to continue on to where it is distributed to. >> thank you. >> senator blanche. >> thank you mr. chairman. thanks for holding this hearing. we have probably had as many disasters in missouri this year as in any gear that anybody is aware of. we had a spring flood and the mississippi that mr. masingill mentioned and still challenges there because of that. poplar bluff flooded in the missouri river looks like it will be an flood stage through the entire state through the iowa border to st. louis for all of august and then a number of tornadoes including one that hit the st. louis airport and the area around that. and the tornado that mr. o'brian describes so well. so we have had lots of fema experience and flooding and in branson and with with the lake there are lots of problems. i think we have tried to deal with those the best way we could bet i know you have got to leave and mr. o'brian you have to leave at 3:30 or so. 4:00, good. we have a second round of questions them and i'm glad to have that. just to start with mr. o'brian, you have been in the middle of this every day now since lat
. a couple kinds of potatoes here and some carrots and some peas. >> and they're all sort of blanched. >> it's better that way. i mean let's go this way. >> okay. so with the rice vinegar, not regular vinegar, and mayonnaise. toss it all together. >> do some scallions in here. >> pretty. pretty. it starts to end up looking like this pretty little dish here. >> a little chives on top. >> this is a side dish. in addition, you also have -- it looks to me like some roasted or grilled shallots. >> grilled scallions. >> scallions, i mean. >> they grill beautifully. we're just dressing them with a little bit of chili and sesame seeds. >> mark bittman. we should have matt try this. >> we should have matt try this. >> he's a picky eater. >>> much more coming up including the ten ways to be polite. one of them is not speaking with food in your mouth. this is "today" on nbc! >>> it used to be when you went out to dinner, women ordered first, men paid and you were required to wear a sport jacket. times have changed. tim zaga tfrkt is here with ten rules for dining-out etiquette. nice to see you. this is
is thought by former senator, blanche lincoln of arkansas. this is an hour and a half.eati, postcode let me introduce you to david keating, executive director of the club for growtht which is where? >> guest: it is a grouph, advocating policies that help lowate economic growth, things robt ow taxes, free trade, low inflation.e audience this morning about the state of the american dream. how would you assess it? guest: i would say a lot of people think things are looking like a nightmare for their family. host: what do you think? guest: look, i think there are a lot of positives in this country. i don't think, for all the flaws we have, we're the greatest country in the world. we have a great mix of people who have come to this country. almost everyone that's here has come voluntarily, and i think that's the one thing that gives us real strength. we have a good rule of law generally in the united states. we have pretty sound government overall compared to the rest of the world, so there are a huge number of positives here. and we have a lot more freedom than around the world. so i think the
and liberals in congress on a temporary deal that will meet these two criteria and prevent carte blanche increases in the debt limit. conservatives in the senate should stand strong behind the two-step plan that passed the house and force harry reid to take this legislation to mr. obama's desk. while imperfect, it's viable, it doesn't raise taxes, and keeps check's authority on the debt limit. what would you say? guest: we all support our speaker. we appreciate what he's doing. what we've been trying to do is pull him and pull our conference and pull the entire debate in a bold direction. trying to get as much as we can, again, to make sure we never get here. there's this notion of a balanced budget amendment, which 70% of the american people support. virtually every republican supports. truthfully, most democrats support. i think that's the kind of systematic reform that a lot of us really want to see in order to raise the debt ceiling. i think we've got an historic time right now to try to do it. we're trying to tug folks in that direction. host: respond to the progressives and liberal
by blanche lincoln and cornelia orr. "washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7:00 a.m. eastern. now administrator speaks at the national press club today. live on c-span. the last space shuttle launch is scheduled for friday, july 8. there are three days of book tv programming. eli argues corporations are undermining the original intent of the internet. her new book is demonic. endangering america. that's sunday in-depth with linda hogan. she writes about the responsibility we have for the environment. sign up for book tv alert, weekend schedules in your inbox. congress passed a law last year substantially lowering sentencing for those convicted of crack cocaine. lowering sentencing guidelines for prisoners already serving time. the commissioner estimates 12,000 inmates in federal prisons will be eligible to have their sentences reduced. this is a little more than an hour. >> the meeting is called to order. the first order is to adopt the minutes. is there a motion to do so? >> i move. >> is there a second? >> i second. >> any discussions? now we need a vote on the motion. all
he was seen as this big informant, this prized informant and basically given cart blanche while some of his rogue agents looked the other way. >> that is hard core. >> is the movie a fair representation or just loosely based on? >> loosely based on his life. loosely based on the life. the more you read about whitey bulger the more you find out how dangerous he was. he killed -- allegedly killed debbie davis, because she as the girlfriend, knew the secret and that was, that he was the one thing which in south boston you could not be, and that was a rat. he was selling other people out and that's something that was not okay. you could be a killer, you could not be a rat. >> interesting. look forward to seeing it. it's going to be this weekend. >> yes. sunday. sunday at 8:00. >> we got three amazing stories from cnn present on sunday night at 8:00, "ice wars," "stone cold killer" and "extreme cheer leading". >> something for everybody in there. >>> our top stories, debt ceiling talks are on hold. there's no deal after five days of meetings. the president wants congressional leaders to g
on a temporary deal that will meet these two criteria and prevent carte blanche increases in the debt limit. conservatives in the senate should stand strong behind the two-step plan that passed the house and force harry reid to take this legislation to mr. obama's desk. while imperfect, it's viable, it doesn't raise taxes, and keeps check's authority on the debt limit. what would you say? guest: we all support our speaker. we appreciate what he's doing. what we've been trying to do is pull him and pull our conference and pull the entire debate in a bold direction. trying to get as much as we can, again, to make sure we never get here. there's this notion of a balanced budget amendment, which 70% of the american people support. virtually every republican supports. truthfully, most democrats support. i think that's the kind of systematic reform that a lot of us really want to see in order to raise the debt ceiling. i think we've got an historic time right now to try to do it. we're trying to tug folks in that direction. host: respond to the progressives and liberals who argue that the fragile
increase and they get to vote to disapprove itten. they've voted to give the president carte blanche. and then get to vote no three times. brilliant politically and they can go on the campaign ads and say we voted against the debt limit, but gave him the power and hand over the power to do it. >> ainsley: economically how is it? >> terrible. nothing to reduce the debt and might attach spending cuts agreed to it, but still more than a trillion dollars more in raising the debt than it would be in reduction. >> ainsley: who can stop it, can anyone stop it? >> the guy people haven't been talking about, who could stop this is jim demint. if you recall. he supported a lot of challenges to sitting republicans and roiled the party in the election and pledged not to do it. if the mcconnell plan goes through. anyone could have a well funded conservative challenger in our race. >> a sound bite or full of what he had to say. the idea that republicans will not vote to increase the debt limit by approving the mcconnell plan. republicans were elected to get control of borrowing and debt the last th
with david keating, who offers the republican perspective. that is followed by blanche lincoln with the democratic view. >> looking ahead to our prime time programming, coming autopsy at 8:00 eastern, we will feature henry kissinger as they take part in the monk debates. it is a bi annual event in toronto. that gets underway at 8:00 p.m. eastern here on c-span. our companion network, use, starts its prime time programming with a review of federal regulations from the brookings institution. that is at 8:00 p.m. eastern. about a half hour later, we will have more from the brookings institution with a forum on innovation and the u.s. economy with an emphasis on science and technology. former white house economic advisor lawrence summers takes part. about an hour later it is the national organization for women's conference, featuring former colorado conscience woman pat schreoder. that is at 9:30 eastern. >> tune in this independence day. we discuss if the united states can remain united. >> at the political level we are more divided. if you look at partisan polarization if you loo
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